The Outstanding Graduate Student Leadership Award will recognize one graduate student for their contributions to their campus orientation, transition, and retention program, staff success, creativity and outstanding abilities.
- Graduate Student participated in a graduate internship, assistantship, externship, practicum or other significant experience.
- At the time of the Annual Conference nominees will have had to accomplished one complete semester at an institution (excluding NODA Internships).
- Meaningful experience had to have taken place between September 1, 2015 through August 31, 2016.
- Work in a NODA internship does NOT qualify for the Outstanding Graduate Student Leadership Award. To nominate someone for the Outstanding NODA Intern Award please click here.
The student chosen will receive:
Nomination letters should address the following:
- A plaque presented at the 2016 Annual Conference
- Recognition at the 2016 NODA Annual Conference Awards Presentation
- Leadership skills of the nominee.
- Effectiveness of the nominee in the field of orientation, transition, and retention services.
- Complexity of the tasks performed by the nominee.
- Level of the impact the performance of this nominee has had on various
areas of the institution (office, students, department, orientation
program, university-wide, etc.).
Complete the online nomination form and submit a nomination statement (as a PDF) detailing the nominee's qualifications.
Failure to follow the guidelines to the application may lead to
the disqualification of your submission from the awards nomination.
Please review instructions carefully
September 13, 2016
If you have any questions or would like to confirm your nomination submission, please feel free to contact Leiha Bakey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-301-6632.
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